THE chaos spread on Thursday among flat owners as well city residents after Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) put hoarding in front of Konark Residency announcing the building is illegal. Sources said the developers Kishore Keswani and Nand Jethani remained in undisclosed hideout after few flat owners gheraoed the site office demanding their money back.
On Wednesday UMC put hoarding in front of Konark Residency complex located near Shahad Railway station in Ulhasnagar-1. UMC administration warned residents that they cannot lease out, rent out or sell the flats in the complex till investigation is completed by state government. UMC also instructed the builder to stop construction immediately.
On November 21, 2017 the Maharashtra Urban Development Department had ordered to UMC to stop work of Konark Residency and put the hoarding in front of the building announcing building is illegal for the knowledge of public. The government has also ordered UMC Commissioner to initiate an enquiry against UMC officials who are responsible for passing the plan of this illegal project.
Sources from the complex told ABI (Akela Bureau of Investigation) that flat owners got worried after the hoarding was put. They gheraoed the builder’s site office and demanded their money back. Few owners demanded cancellation of their registration. The developers Nand Jethani and Kishore Keswani were not reachable to flat owners.
Project is 100 percent illegal
The ABI (abinet.org) first exposed about 100 percent illegalities in the complex. ABI published several articles but builders and UMC officials bypassed all rules and regulations. Even no corporator, leaders and so called social activist raised the voice against the builder. Reason: The builder is expert in buying EVERYTHING. Few powerful men who influenced the builder have obtained flats in the complex. UMC Commissioner Rajendra Nimbalkar also stands accused of trying his best to protect the notorious builder.